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Artists give Bobby Mcferrin's 'Don't worry be happy' a cheerful rendition on World Music Day

Saturday, 21 June 2014 - 2:27pm IST | Agency: dna webdesk

Music is something which binds all of mankind together. It is something that gives us a moment with ourselves and provides an escape from our monotonous lives. On this day, Culture Machine- a digital entertainment company has brought together 20 artists including a number of instrumentalists and vocalists to sing the world famous song, "Don't worry be happy" originally sung by Bobby Mcferrin in 1988 which came to be the only a capella song to be on top of the charts. 

Some of the artists who have come together are East Side Story & The Big Ears from Walnut Studios Pakistan, 9 year old YouTube sensation Aditi Iyer, Aditya Narayan, Prajoth Dsa, Vivek Rajagopalan,Igor Vincetic from Serbia, Aadar Malik.  The song leaves us on a cheerful and happy note. The video has now gone viral with over 48 thousand views. 

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